Mama Meets World Ep. 06 – Self Care for the Black Mother

*This podcast is about the journey of a single mother *

Welcome to Mama Meets World Ep. 06 – Self Care for the Black Mother

On this episode, we will talk about what self care looks like for the black mother

This episode’s article is titled 35 Self Care Tips and it is from Dear Black Woman.  You can find it here:

Main Topic: Prioritizing Self Care as a mother

Secondary Topic: Getting Past guilt of self care

Affirmation: You cannot pour from an empty cup. Care takes consciousness.

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Miss Bre

A 30-something mom navigating life after divorce. Sharing her experiences of motherhood through two different decades. Follow Bre on twitter @_itsMissBree

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